Four Cylinder MV Agusta Motorcycles Project Gets Go Ahead – Should Arrive in 2020

Four Cylinder MV Agusta Motorcycles could follow one after the other and will be easily able to meet emission norms and power-hungry enthusiast demands

After finishing the work to make its three-cylinder range Euro4-compliant MV Agusta is turning its attention to the four-cylinder platform. Just like how Ducati went from V-Twin to V-4 for its flagship which will follow for most of its bike as well, MV is planning to add one-cylinder as well. In far future, expect the three-cylinder to be replaced with the four-bangers. For now, MV is developing a completely new four-cylinder for its larger bikes.

Four Cylinder MV Agusta could be the F4 superbike and a new four-cylinder Brutale naked machine as well. A large-capacity, four-cylinder take on the Dragster RR theme in specific is also surely on the cards. Morely specifically three-cylinder range will be mimicked and then we can also expect to see pumped up 4-cylinder variants of the MV Agusta Turismo Veloce sports-tourer and the MV Agusta Rivale.

Expect these motorcycles to come one by one over a long period of time. F4 superbike should be the first one to get it as the top-down approach is most likely.

MV’s confirmation of the new four-cylinder model comes as it completes the process of buying out Mercedes AMG’s 25% stake in the company. MV Holding, a firm jointly owned by Giovanni Castiglioni and the Russian Sardarov family, has now become the 100% owner of MV Agusta S.p.A. and will make sure MV Agusta survives and becomes a part of the large superbike market around the world that is evolving.

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All of this should help MV Agusta bring in some sales, but those number will not cross its rival as the brand is known for charging a premium and keep production run to a very limited number of motorcycles. The amount of limited edition motorcycles rolling out is high but the number of the same bike is very less.

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